Holland’s International Urby Emanuelson Set For Milan Exit?

Emanuelson to leave Milan in the summer…

Urby Emanuelson has four months to save his Milan career, according to transfer speculation in the peninsula.

Although the 25-year-old has played in 26 games across all competitions for the Rossoneri this term, he may be made available for transfer at the end of the season.

Boss Massimiliano Allegri has used the youngster as a left-back, a midfielder and a trequartista this term.

Emanuelson was signed in January 2011 after Milan handed Ajax almost €2 million for his services. He’s contracted to the San Siro until 2014.

It is being claimed that he could make a switch to the Premier League over the summer if the Diavolo receive an acceptable offer.

Tottenham’s €50 million star Gareth Bale is mentioned as his successor.


4 responses to “Holland’s International Urby Emanuelson Set For Milan Exit?

  1. With all due respect for Emanuelson, I am far more interested in what is going on in Munich with Robben. Out of the blue he has become a bench warmer (T. Müller again will play in his position tomorrow) and Bayern just hired a very similar player (Shaquiri) for next season.

    Are Galliani&Raiola aware of this situation?

    And I expect to see Alessio Innocenti playing in front of the defenders tomorrow. He can offer more to the squad than Ambro this moment.

    Be brave, Allegri. Pick the youngster!

    Last but not least: Gareth Bale is a true worldclass. But I think he is too expensive for us now. If Berlusconi sell part of the club… Everything can be different.


    • As long as Emanu plays on the wrong position, he can’t do his best. Robben, why not? I think that if we act quickly we can get him cut-price.
      Anyway, I guess Allegri prefers leaning on his “midfield pals” – Ambrosini and Seedorf instead of our future :/
      There’s only one thing, a song I wanna dedicate to us regarding Bale: Nelly – Just a dream 😀


  2. I suppose Emanuelson will be forever a midfielder. At least with Allegri as his coach… And Ambro played a decent second half last Saturday.


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